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A Critical Review of "New Interchange" Book Series: Advantages and Disadvantages [ALRJournal]
ALRJournal. Ahead of Print: ALRJ-43434 | DOI: 10.14744/alrj.2018.43434

A Critical Review of "New Interchange" Book Series: Advantages and Disadvantages

Tatsuki Ota1, Danielle Sanders2
1Dok University, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Japan
2Teacher Training Oversees, the USA

Communicative language teaching has been basically regarded as an approach to language teaching and learning than a teaching method. Following the basic tenets of communicative traditions and adapting socialization of language issues, materials developers and syllabus designers have produced ELT textbooks internationally to meet the immediate demand of today’s language learning: Communicative competence. The New Interchange series published by Cambridge University has caught the attention of EFL/ESL learners around the world. The present paper first reviews the fundamental issues commonly referred to in communicative language teaching paradigms and then focus on the major features of the book in terms of its merits and demerits.

Keywords: Communicative Language Teaching, ELT, EFL/ESL, Communicative Competence



Corresponding Author: Tatsuki Ota, United States
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